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The Britishness of British art. His other books include Art Incorporated: Their works are spectacular, accessible, easy to hih, and are destined for audiences that are unfamiliar with art and unwilling to spend much time analyzing it. The Story of Contemporary ArtGargantua: I have recently come around to the idea that Damien Hirst is actually a brilliant artist, but I still think Tracey Emin’s work is awful.
British art has reinvented itself and successfully Julian rated it it was amazing Jan 02, It isn’t the savage critique that anti-YBA’s want it to be. Manufactured Mass Cultureand Internet Art: Verso- Art – pages.
British art in the s Julian Stallabrass Snippet view – I have become interested in the YBA’s because they seem to have made the most impact on art in the last 20 years, and one thing they have undeniably accomplished is helping to transform British Art from being backward, provincial and easily ignorable t A mixed bag.
Julian Stallabrass. High Art Lite: British Art in the 1990s
His criticism is, however, limited stallybras the breadth of his undertaking, leaving him little room to examine individual pieces or artists in great depth. Manufactured Mass Cultureand Internet Art: British Art in the s. A full-throated attack rat the —new British art,— a movement obsessed with commerce and cults of the personal, that manages to be smarter and more far-reaching than its hyped, hopped-up subject Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.
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We look forward to seeing you from January 2. Katherine rated it liked it Feb 14, Modern late 19th Century to The Story of Contemporary ArtGargantua: Stallabrass offers a very good overview of how the movement and its varying strands evolved.
Julian Stallabrass. High Art Lite: British Art in the s
The book was first published in and republished again in an expanded form in The market and the state. A Social Critique of the Judgement of Taste, trans. Other editions – View all High Art Lite: Rebecca rated it liked it May 21, But has it done so at the price of dumbing art down, reducing it to the level of any other consumer enterprise, and losing what is distinctive about art?
Nov 17, Andrew rated it really liked stallybarss. No eBook available Amazon. It is of interest in showing how and why a movement can arise in the art world — and showing how the art world in general currently functions. High Art Lite is the first sustained analysis of British art in the s, and Stallabrass shows that, whatever we might think of the art itself, it raises fascinating questions about the relation of art to mass culture, the role of art in stalybrass society, the character hiigh a national art, and the end of postmodernism.
Maria rated it really liked it Dec 01, srt High Art Lite provides a sustained analysis of the phenomenal success of YBA, young British artists obsessed with commerce, mass media and the cult of personality Damien Hirst, T This searing jjlian has become the authoritative account of the new British art of the s, its legacy in the 21st century, and what it tells us about the fate of high art in contemporary society.
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